Eyepiece, the Amateur Astronomers Association monthly newsletter, covers lectures and other astronomy events in New York City; offers commentary, tips on observing and equipment and summarizes astronomy discoveries and other general news in astronomy and astrophysics. Each month, our “What’s Up in the Sky” column discusses what can be seen in the skies during the upcoming month. Members do all the writing for Eyepiece, and new contributors are always welcome. Submit today!
Here are the latest photos from AAA member, Alexander Krivenyshev! Check out his website, WorldTimeZone.com, his Instagram, and his Twitter! Mercury, Saturn, and Jupiter in
Here are the latest photos from AAA member, Alexander Krivenyshev! Also, check out his website, WorldTimeZone.com, his Instagram, and his Twitter! Venus Over New York
Samosas with traditional sweets called jalebi and kaju katli, surrounded by candles, Indian music, and telescopes must mean it’s the annual AAA Diwali Festival. We
At Autumn Starfest 2018, Preston Stahly unveiled a new cinematic reel of images, “Starfest – Central Park – September 22, 2018 ” taken by AAA Astrophotographers. One
The annual North East Astronomy Forum (NEAF) held up to its billing as the largest astronomy fair in the country. The entire Rockland Community College
The phases of the Moon are the different ways the Moon looks from Earth over about a month. As the Moon orbits around the Earth,
John offers a gallery of images taken recently when observing from Salome Emergency Airfield, Arizona.